USE OF TELEMETRY TO STUDY BEHAVIOR OF DOMESTICATED MOOSE
A telemetry system was designed to assist in the study of moose behavior at the Kostroma moose farm in Russia. Two telemetry systems were used to locate instrumented animals and to capture physiological data from some. The activity rhythm of moose could be generalized from records of heart and respiration rates without the need for visual observation. Microcomputer software was designed to process heart–rate data previously recorded on a strip chart.
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